Photo of a woman at her computer.

Four misconceptions about growing your business

There’s one common denominator that’s at the heart of every business: information. Your business holds vast amounts of data — and if you can leverage it, manage it, analyze it and use it to make strategic decisions, you will be well on your way to growing your business. The ultimate goal is to get the right information, to the right people, when and where they need it.

Digitizing information makes that possible. When you scan and capture paper-based documents and convert unstructured data into useful information, new opportunities arise. Deposit digitized data into a content management system (CMS) to efficiently store, access, share and manage data. Use data analytics to make strategic decisions. Use mobile print, secured remote access and communication tools to operate wherever and whenever you choose. Store data in the cloud to save space and reduce costs. Streamline workflows to reduce manual steps and improve efficiency. Use video conferencing tools and remote meetings to share information and collaborate.

However, putting in place the right information processes can be challenging — and there are many misconceptions about data management. This guide debunks those myths and delivers actionable insights to help you use your business data more effectively.

Get started today

Explore four common misconceptions that hinder business growth if not recognized and addressed.

Download the guide

Explore our content library

Recommended for you

Automating busywork improves productivity
Automating busywork improves productivity

Automating busywork improves productivity

Process automation and document management can greatly reduce time wasted on manual processes.

Why job automation Is a good thing
Why job automation Is a good thing

Why job automation Is a good thing

In the long run, job automation will expand the economy, even though the occupations themselves may be different from the ones we have today.

Graphics and Marketing
Graphics and Marketing

Graphics and Marketing

See why Graphics and Marketing (GAM) says our five-color digital production print system is a major part of its ongoing success story.